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to bring all of this moisture in around parts of indiana and towards kentucky. coastal areas will see a little bit of rain and scattered showers. it's going to be muggy and cloudy for the next couple of days, across the east. big rain moving into across the pacific northwest, it's going to drop temperatures down a lot. the tropics, very, very active right now. hurricane hillary, it's going to move in and affect parts of the baja peninsula and not worried about the stuff in the bahamas. and felipe. a 45 mile per hour storm, none of those looks like they'll be affecting the u.s., which is good news. back to you. >> alisyn: thank you. all right, coming up, president obama says his jobs plan will put african-americans back to work and the next guest said that black voters should think twice before believing him. he did vote for the president in 2008. and he comes from a long line of civil rights activists and now he's not happy with the president. we'll talk to eric in minutes. >> did you see this at the republican debate. >> newt gingrich calling your bluff. you really want to be preside
. the people in indiana are saying what about us? notre dame had a rainout of more than two hours. i mean, the rain was like i have never seen at a football game. >> football game rainout. >> never delayed by rain, right? >> mud bowl. >> let's get more stories now from what's happening down there with tropical storm lee with elizabeth prance live in biloxi, mississippi with the latest on what's happening there. good morning. >> good morning, guys. it's starting to feel a lot like groundhog's day here, every day they have a burst of rain and wind. it's been going on for days. we've seen in some parts of mississippi up to a foot of rain and we can expect, perhaps, 10 to 15 inches more of rain and what people here and local officials are very concerned about are those flash flood warnings which we have in the county here, hancock county and that's because the rain that we experienced here on the gulf coast is also happening north of us so eventually as these ties start to reach high tides in the next hour or two, that water basically has nowhere to go. officials are very concerned about peo
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